By

Ben Stower
Where to Stay in Japan: The Kanto and Kansai Regions
Kanto or Kansai? It’s an important question to answer when deciding how to tackle your holiday on Japan’s main island of Honshu. The two distinct areas have their own world-renowned cities, natural attractions and classically Japanese experiences. Below, you’ll find a detailed guide to Kanto and Kansai, including three of each region’s top places to...
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Osaka & Kyoto on a Budget: Best Food, Sights & Hotels
Located one hour apart, Osaka and Kyoto offer the perfect one-two combination for Japanese history, culture and entertainment. While Osaka has been infused with Japan’s contemporary style of neon-clad night clubs and boutique shopping, Kyoto retains a lot of its past through ancient temples and decades-old family restaurants. Together they offer a deep dive into...
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Malaysia Hotels & Resorts with Family Suites & Kids’ Activities
Are you struggling to find a destination that excites everyone in your family? Look no further than Malaysia. This multicultural hub is not only budget-friendly and easily accessible, but it’s also filled with fascinating experiences, from snorkelling around islands and browsing night markets to the rollercoasters at LEGOLAND Malaysia and handling stingrays at The Shore...
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Hokkaido for Foodies: Best Hotels & Restaurants
Hokkaido is what your stomach dreams about pretty much every day. The Japanese island has numerous reasons as to why you should visit, but its cuisine is high, if not at the top of that list. From fresh winter oysters out of Lake Saroma and sliced octopus from the Wakkanai region to the popular sushi...
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You Need to See These 21 Insane Hi-Tech Hotels
Generally, if you know the difference between a tablet and a desktop, a VCR and VR or how to program your watch to do everything other than make you breakfast, you’re someone who finds life easier with more technology. Lucky for you, these 21 futuristic hotels are perfect for tech-savvy travellers. We’re talking robots, virtual...
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Buda or Pest: Best Budapest Hotels for Nightlife, Sightseeing & Nature
Separated by the Danube, Buda and Pest may be two halves of the same capital city, but they’re very different when it comes to sightseeing, partying and nature. While Buda boasts undulating hills and peaceful residential areas, Pest is the sleepless heart and soul of the city’s nightlife. Pest effortlessly creates a lively social scene...
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Explore Historic Lima & Stay at the Best Hotels from $30
You’ll never hear someone say they want to just spend one day in Lima. Peru’s capital city has an intoxicating blend of pre-Columbian temples, contemporary art galleries, lively nightclubs and inspired cuisine. The city’s luxury condos sit atop cliffs overlooking wild waves breaking on golden beaches; a sight you won’t soon forget. With more than...
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The Best Hotels in Barcelona for 5-Star Luxury: Tapas, Sangria & Ample Siestas
Come one, come all, Barcelona is more popular than that last season of Game of Thrones and about 10 times more satisfying. Love the beach? You’re sorted. Love Spanish history, culture and nature? It’s got that too. Long story short, this charismatic coastal metropolis is full of enthralling experiences, from hidden tapas bars down cobbled...
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15 Best Hotels in Istanbul: History Meets Luxury from $71
Istanbul is one of the cheapest and most rewarding holidays you’ll ever take. Turkey’s capital city offers its world-famous historical attractions, delicious local specialties and rooftop restaurants for a fraction of the cost of other major cities. The welcoming locals often treat you like family as you spend your days discovering the Bosporus, exploring European...
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Someone Please Take Us to These Incredible Hotels in Old Town Prague
Prague’s Old Town is a fairy-tale landscape of cobblestone laneways, centuries-old churches and timber-doored bars and restaurants. Also known as Staré Mesto, the central neighbourhood invites you to get lost as you wander from stalls selling ice cream-filled donut cones and busking musicians to the famed Powder Tower and bustling Old Town Square. With more...
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